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  • Roxboro Community School
  • Roxboro, NC

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Working with clay allows students to express themselves using another outlet. Clay is a very forgiving material and allows for creative expression in ways that drawing and painting do not. Examples of projects we will create: In 6th grade, students will create coils to construct a piece of pottery inspired by the Ancient Greeks. Seventh grader will construct Japanese inspired tea bowls using the pinching technique. Finally, our 8th grade class will construct mugs using the slab building technique after studying the work of North Carolina potters. High schools students will create projects during the second semester of Art.

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Working with clay allows students to express themselves using another outlet. Clay is a very forgiving material and allows for creative expression in ways that drawing and painting do not. Examples of projects we will create: In 6th grade, students will create coils to construct a piece of pottery inspired by the Ancient Greeks. Seventh grader will construct Japanese inspired tea bowls using the pinching technique. Finally, our 8th grade class will construct mugs using the slab building technique after studying the work of North Carolina potters. High schools students will create projects during the second semester of Art.

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